Meet BONNIE, a lovely short-haired tortie estimated to be about 6 years old.  Bonnie is at the shelter because her family moved and abandoned her.  She is curious and likes to explore her surroundings before deciding to “settle in on a comfy pillow to observe the activities going on around her.  Bonnie is calm and quiet and adores getting attention. She is a very good communicator and will let you know exactly how she prefers getting gentle head rubs and having her ears scratched but has not yet decided if she wants to be a lap cat. Bonnie gets a “bushy tail” as soon as you start petting her, but she is not upset––she is just letting you know she is excited and happy to see you.  Bonnie is looking for a person or couple who want a sweet, loving companionkitty with an independent nature and who will treat her as a pampered princess.  Bonnie should not be in a householdwith young children because she sometimes gets “over-amped” while being petted and may try to nip at your handto let you know when she has had enough attention.  Since Bonnie is already spayed, she can go home with you right away.

Please use BONNIE’s intake number (A054440) when making inquiries at the shelter.

All cats available for adoption at Calaveras County Animal Services are up-to-date on their routine vaccinations will be microchipped.  All unaltered cats must be spayed or neutered before they can go home with you.

Pet Facts

Spayed female




Short hair



Special Considerations?

Best with no small children


The Calaveras County Animal Shelter. Listed here courtesy of CHS. Contact: [email protected] or contact Calaveras County Animal Services at 754-6509.